Attorneys Guiding You In All Divorce Matters
Family law encompasses so many issues, including divorce, child custody, child visitation, alimony, enforcement of protection orders, prenuptial agreements, modifications and adoption. In any such scenario, emotions, conflict and uncertainty likely surface. An experienced family attorney can help you soothe things over, while protecting you and fighting for you.
The Law Offices of Watson and Watson is made up of a team of attorneys with more than 60 years of combined experience practicing law. By working closely with our clients, we help reduce the stress and trauma associated with family conflicts. As compassionate and attentive lawyers, we explain all legal options to our clients and keep you abreast of your case’s progress. We are devoted to Arkansas residents as our team was all born and raised here.
Negotiating And Litigating On Your Behalf
As a knowledgeable and seasoned team, we guide our clients in all issues related to divorce. Through the years, we have represented Arkansas residents address and overcome the following issues:
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Division of assets
- Enforcement of protection orders
- Post-divorce modifications
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
We are prepared to negotiate to our fullest abilities on your behalf. However, if a resolution does not appear forthcoming, our trial-tested attorneys are prepared to fight for you in court.
Resolving With Nonadversarial Methods
But we also focus on nonadversarial ways to settle divorce-related issues through mediation and collaborative divorce, which are less contentious, costly and time-consuming than fighting in the courtroom. Mediation entails meetings led by a neutral facilitator who helps couples identify the issues and reach a resolution.
Our skilled team will serve as your legal coach during mediation. A collaborative divorce entails both attorneys working together to help the couple resolve their issues, including dividing their marital property, alimony, child support, child custody plans and visitation schedules.
Call Us For Family Law Help
When you are going through a divorce and need the skills of an experienced family law attorney, we can answer your questions and represent you throughout the process. For an initial consultation, please fill out this online intake form or call our Newport, Arkansas office at 479-431-5378. We also have offices in Little Rock and Fayetteville.